Legacy Church

Peace: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The Grinch let a childhood situation grow anger and bitterness inside him. Don explores the film “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and how Jesus’ arrival shows us the way to peace.

Hope: Miracle on 34th Street

Doris finds no mystery in the world; Fred makes room for wonder in his life. Brandon explores the classic film “Miracle on 34th Street,” challenging us to view Jesus’ birth, not as a fairly tale, but as the historical event that changes everything, bringing hope to the hopeless and light to the darkness.

Crazytown

Our lives are busy and crazy, leaving us very little time for anything extra, not even prayer. But something changes when prayer is no longer just another thing but the most important thing, as natural as breathing. Amanda explores how we pray through crazytown.

Short.Simple.Honest

There is no required word count on a prayer; there is no special training required to pray “right.” Dan explores three easy ways to start or to grow in your relationship with God.

Found A Friend

Prayer is not just talking to God but talking with God as we talk with our friends. We share joys, laughs, struggles and pains with our friends; God wants us to do the same with Him. Don shares how we talk with God.

A Community of Impact

There are two types of churches today: cruise ships and mission outposts. Legacy strives to be a mission outpost where people discover Jesus, connect to each other and impact the world! Brandon explores how Joshua’s challenge to the Israelites still impacts us thousands of years later.

The Legacy the World Needs

The Israelites were blessed by God to be a blessing to the world. It is in our DNA as Christians and Methodists to extend ministry beyond our walls, to take new, bold steps to reach and to bless others. Brandon explores step three in the Legacy Onward project.

To Build the Legacy God Desires

We love stories of all kinds! But only one story can be our defining story, setting our morals, values and life purpose. What is your defining story? Joshua encouraged the Israelites to worship and serve the Lord alone. Today is the day to choose your defining story; for you and your household, will it be the Lord? Brandon explores the Legacy God desires with step two of the Onward project.

The Legacy We’ve Received

Joshua challenged the Israelites to finish what God started with them, knowing, ultimately, they would never be finished. Kermit shares the first message in the Legacy Onward series, to help us remember who we are to become the people God needs to continue reaching generation after generation for Jesus.

Why Does God’s Will Prevail

In who do you place your hope? There is only one who can force pain and suffering and loss can to serve God’s will. Brandon explores the one in the final message of the Why series.